A few years ago, we were lucky enough to add someone new to our family. She came in the form of a fluffy, white Persian cat who was missing more than a few teeth. The shelter we adopted her from was upfront: she had a stage four heart murmur and wasn’t exactly known for her pleasant disposition.
It didn’t matter that she steadfastly ignored me the entire time at first meet-and-greet: I was in love. So I brought Mishka home with me that day, and she’s been going strong for the last five years.
Mishka is the kind of cat that looks angry even when she’s not. It’s just funny because people see photos of her and automatically assume she hates everything that’s ever existed in the world, but I happen to be reasonably certain that’s not true. For example, I know that she loves to sit next to my son at the piano while he plays, and I know that she enjoys lying on top of the piano when the son comes in through the window.
One thing that she does not really love, however, is dressing up in costumes. This makes my recent experience with her quite comical indeed.
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